NIO launched today its 780th Battery Swap Station.

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NIO announced today the launching of their 780th Battery Swap Station located in Wuxi Yeqinyuan – 300km from Heifei, the NIO Plant.

NIO finished 2021 with 777 Stations – being 11% above the update goal established last July of 700. The annual objective was reached three weeks before the year end.

For 2022, the goal is to achieve 1,300 Battery Swap Stations as said during the last NIO Day, held in December 2021.

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Source: NIO

Last week, through a Press Release, NIO asked overseas Landowners to “Become a part of our journey” and help the company spread NIO Power Stations in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands.

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